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Oct 24, 2012 1:00am PDT
likeness in the movie that you won't even be able to tell she's latino. with me tonight in new york, fernando garcia editor of elle magazine. i want to take a look at what everybody is going to see. it's our first look. let's take a look. >> sofia the first, once upon a princess. once upon a time -- >> welcome to the family. i trust you will make your new sister feel welcome. >> an ordinary girl became a princess. >> all hail princess sofia. >> sofia. >> sofia. >> hi! >> okay. so she's cute. and i'm watching that for you here for the first time and i'm thinking, a cute, not overtly latino. what do you think? did they get it right? >> she doesn't look latina like everyone expected. maybe they wanted someone with dark skin, darker eyes, dark hair. she's the opposite, actually. blue eyes, too light skin. a lot of people are disappointed because she doesn't look latina like they wanted. >> that's where the outrage is coming from, because disney basically didn't press that sofia is latina, but they did tell "showbiz tonight" this very statement, the range of characters in sophia the firs
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